Season Recap: Girls’ Varsity Field Hockey


Alex Lev and Rahdin Salehian

This fall, the Girls Varsity Field Hockey (GVFH) team, led by Captain Ashley Hallice ’22, set a 6-10-1 record.

Ashley, the only senior on the team, said the team’s bond was strong.

“My favorite memories were probably the tag games that we would play during school [and] the bus rides,” she said.

GVFH Coach Jaye Locke said she was impressed by the team’s bond.

“I was pretty blown away by the team dynamic this season,” she said. “They prioritized and knew how important it is to foundationally have such a great connection amongst them. You could instantly tell everybody was getting along with each other.”

Teagan Kilpatrick ’25 said she is excited for the team’s future.

“I’m really excited to see how our team develops over the next couple of years. We already have a good team, even though we’re pretty young, and I’m really eager to see where we’ll end up in one or two years.”

Post-season, GVFH was awarded the Independent School League (ISL) Sportsmanship Award, and Clara Noyes ’23 and Hannah Weyerhaeuser ’25 made the First and Second All-ISL Teams, respectively.